The main issue that is raised in the film is based on how food is looked at by the average consumer. The concept of the pastoral farms and the supermarkets which distribute healthy foods are the main emphasis. The reality that the producers show is that the foods are coming from corporate based farms, which don’t have healthy practices for meat, poultry, dairy or fruits and vegetables. The concept of corporate farming and how this has influenced the health, lifestyle habits and capabilities of remaining healthy becomes the main proponent of the film. This is followed by how the corporate farming, which is inclusive of pesticides, cloning and genetic engineering, which are causing health problems such as E. Coli and obesity. The producers show how the concept of corporate farming has stopped natural and organic eating and health from taking place and instead has replaced it with ways for consumers to eat more while remaining unhealthy.
The main points that are in the film are supported by a combination of interviews, statistics and health changes that are occurring within the United States. The producers use a variety of techniques to show the theme of how corporations have taken over the food industry and are not interested in healthy lifestyles or eating. The first way the author’s show this is through the title Food Inc. This shows that the value of food is directly associated with ideologies of corporations making money from food, as opposed to providing healthy foods and sustainable living. The meaning is furthered by the opening of the film, which shows a supermarket and the illusions presented. From one side, one sees the farm land from the products; however, there is also information on how the food is picked before it is green, pesticides, gases and other harmful substances are added and most of the foods become unhealthy. The main